A Martin Eder photograph presides over the study; the 1930s Venini chandelier is from Doris Leslie Blau, the vintage chaise longue is a Milo Baughman design for Thayer Coggin, and the leather-bound sisal is by Stark.
If I had 8 homes each would be very different... Or would they essentially be the same? Interior design changes as quickly as fashion dictates it, but eclectic mix is always in, right? So here is my virtual travel across the world.... Enjoy!
The sleep zone has been clearly segregated from the open plan layout by having its floor level raised up on a wooden platform that conceals huge storage drawers to hold the bulkiest items of the home, such as extra pillows and seasonal blankets.